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The primary years stack up cup toys

(8 customer reviews)

$15.03 $10.86

  • ensure this fits by using getting into your version variety.
  • colorful baby toys: eight brightly coloured cups stack collectively with precise holes inside the backside for water play
  • stacking cups: kids like to in shape toy cups collectively, stack them up, or turn them over and cover things underneath
  • child improvement toys: massive numbers on the lowest to practice counting & quantity popularity
  • made with out bpa, lead or phthalates
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  • are these bpa loose?
  • bpa is bisphenol-a a completely common and wdely studied ingredient in plastic. I work inside the plastics industry and might tell you it is as easy as this. Both you use bpa otherwise you don’t, there genuinely isn’t any room for ambiguity. Considered one of my employer’s products is bpa loose, the recipe rather used bpf that is what water bottles use in recent times. Bpf is popular additive in plastic because no one has demonstrated that it’s dangerous yet. See much less

  • are these cups bpa and phthalate unfastened? The previous solutions from the manufacturer changed into now not answering the questions. Isn’t it a ‘sure’ or ‘no’?
  • query: are these cups bpa and phthalate free? The preceding answers from the producer become not answering the questions. Is not it a ‘yes’ or ‘no’? Solution: hello and thank you on your question on the primary years stacking up cups. Yes, these are bpa and phthalate loose. By means of pamela c. Manufacturer on february 21, 2017 did not get solutions. See extra solutions (1) fall apart all solutions

  • might those stacking cups be good for a 3 year vintage little one?
  • i assume they might be fantastic for a three year vintage. I am no longer certain why others say they wouldn’t be. I got them for my 20 month old daughter. Granted all children/toddlers have exceptional development and stages of learning and enjoyment, however those little cups have loads to offer toddlers and kids of all ages. And as an person i am inspired with them as well. It is a steal of a deal at less than $4 consisting of delivery. I was surprised and inspired to look that each cup had a range of on the bottom in addition to exclusive fashioned holes relying at the wide variety. Many youngsters or even adults i imagine lol are not going to get that concept, but it in no way necessitates that they could not and shouldn’t experience gambling with the cups. My baby loves to line them up and placed matters and out of them, and he or she wanted to bring the most important blue one into the pool with us so it worked awesomely as an 8-holed sprinkler. Anyhow, they’re lovely, amusing, and have more to offer as the kid progresses and learns and is aware new standards and matters. I am satisfied i got them for my baby when she turned into no longer even 2 and that i wish that you bought them for the three yr old toddler notwithstanding bizarre human beings telling you not to, or if you haven’t because you asked that question final november with a bit of luck now you will get them for the almost 4 12 months antique. No reason not to! See less

  • are these dishwasher safe?
  • query: are these dishwasher safe? Answer: yes, rita, the primary years stacking up cups are dishwasher secure. Revel in! Through gillian’s treasures vendor on september 17, 2015 collapse all solutions

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    8 reviews for The primary years stack up cup toys

    1. Jess C.

      If I could pick ONE and ONLY ONE toy to entertain a baby for the entire first year and beyond, THIS IS IT. Hands down, no question. These cups are frickin’ amazing and versatile. Light enough for young babies to handle, sturdy enough for older babies and toddlers to beat on, no sharp corners, compact and easy to travel with, and they make a really satisfying clattering noise when you knock them down, unlike those soft blocks. Yeah, I hear you saying, “Oh, they’re just a bunch of stupid plastic cups. How exciting could they possibly be? What do you even DO with them??” Everything. Check it out. – Nest ’em, of course – Stack ’em, of course, in all kinds of ways. Either biggest on the bottom or smallest on the bottom, in order or out of order, one tower or multiple towers. At first you stack them and the baby knocks them down, but older babies can stack and nest them themselves – Chew on the rim, because teeth – Hide the small cup under the big ones – Put a small cup inside a bigger one and rattle it – Roll them – they go in a circle and come back because of the rim – Bang them together – Bang them on the floor – Drive them across the floor – Float and sink them in the tub – Pour water in and out of them – Balance them on your head and let the baby laugh at you – Teach sizes, colors, and numbers – Pretend they are anything. Cars, turtles, cooking pots, phones, whatever Just buy them. Your kid will know what to do. Read more

    2. Abthsm

      My bunny loves these. She knocks over the towers I build, pushes them around and tosses them. They are incredibly durable, so other rabbit owners out there, you can rest assured your bun won’t bite through them. It’s a toy I trust her with unsupervised. I don’t have any good pictures of her playing with them, but here’s one of them scattered around her after an exhausting play-session. Read more

    3. Joe & Anna

      My wife purchase these for my 1 year old, and to me they are just small little cups. Little did I know that these cups are developing my baby’s motor control, hand-eye coordinations, and language development. The first couple of times, these cups are just cymbals in my baby’s hand. Once the banging durability test is done, she learned the difference between big and small cup and how they fit together. My 3 years old also like these cups. They are a real big hit at her tea parties. When it’s all dirty, these cups are dishwasher safe. My family have a lot of spending regrets, but buying these cups almost made up for all of our stupid purchases. Read more

    4. Jake & Clover’s Mom

      Your browser does not support HTML5 video. I bought these BPA-free stacking cups for my two bunny rabbits. It was very easy to hide treats between each layer because the cups have a raised base that gives just the right amount of space for a goodie! The color combo I got isn’t exactly the same as the product photo, but that doesn’t bother me. I figure they randomly mix the colors for each set. Since they’re plastic, I know I can easily clean them with soap and water or even in the dishwasher if I want to. These cups are a must for all bunny owners, and I’m kicking myself for not getting them sooner! Read more

    5. GW

      Such a simple and inexpensive toy that has entertained my 10 month old so much and has been his most used toy so far. He has been playing with these since about 5/6 months old and he just comes up with new ways to enjoy them which has been so much fun to watch him discover. He started by just grabbing them and tasting them. Now he puts them inside of each other, looks for other toys to fit inside them, and pretending to drink out of them. I know this is a long review for a $4 item, but I really want to express how great such a simple toy can be. I will be buying this as an add on for every baby gift/shower that I need! Read more

    6. Rose H. 🌈

      My 8 month old son likes playing with them. The cups are colorful and made from a hard plastic, only complain there are two yellow and miss a red one. Each one has on the bottom a number and a different shaped holes. My son loves when we flip them to make a tower. They could have multiple use for different age. It’s a good toy for teaching colour, numbers, shapes and size, for encourage developmental play experiences, motor control, hand-eye coordinations and interaction. Read more

    7. Ashley K.

      I originally bought these stacking cups after reading on a blog about how this type of toy can encourage many developmental play experiences for young children. Who would have thought that something so simple as various sized cups could be such a hit! My 7 month old daughter fell in love with them as soon as I showed them to her. They are easy for her to grip and mouth which is perfect for her at this point. During tummy time play she bats the cups while they are on their sides and watches them roll across the floor. So many different skills are being developed just through simple interaction and play with this open-ended toy. For parents like myself who also want to get the most bang for their buck, these stacking cups can be used well into a child’s toddler, preschool and kindergarten years depending on how you go about using them. The cups themselves are colorful and made from a hard plastic. The bottoms of the cups have a rounded rim which helps steady the cups when stacking them in a tower. I really like the numerals on the bottom and the corresponding shaped holes on each cup. Children are not only introduced to size and color with these cups, but also numbers and shapes. For any caregiver or parent of young children, this toy is a must have! Read more

    8. Leslie

      I saw these for A couple dollars and thought what the heck. My baby was 5 1/2 months and is now 7 1/2 months is obsessed with these cups. As she keeps growing the more she uses them. I bought two sets one for the house and one for the diaper bag. She will clank and smack and topple and chew and entertain herself for a while playing with these stacking cups. When we go somewhere and I can set her down I pull out the one from my diaper bag and she again entertains herself . Read more

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